January, 2017
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Bunker prices were softer in the primary ports.
Crude Prices Make a Sour Start to the Week
Lim says the EU's proposed regional action "significantly risks undermining efforts on a global level."
IMO Secretary-General Urges EU Against Regional Action on Shipping Emissions
While Economou says the sale process "still has some way to go," a deal is reported to likely be announced over the coming weeks.
Morgan Stanley and George Economou Look to Sell Stakes in Heidmar
Wärtsilä has signed a LOI with ENN for the supply of Wärtsilä 34DF dual-fuel main engines for the 8000 m3 LNG bunkering vessel.
Wärtsilä to Provide Dual-Fuel Engines for LNG Bunkering Vessel
Iran, Iraq, and Libya boost production in December, according to a Reuters survey.
Saudi Compliance on Cutback Deal Means Opportunities for Rival Iran and Other Producers
The familiar question is being raised about whether the cutbacks will have any real effect on the global glut.
Crude Creeps Up as Worries Persist Over OPEC Cutback Compliance
The bunkering operation saw Gazpromneft deliver 2,600 tonnes of fuel to the icebreaker Kapitan Dranitsin.
Gazpromneft Kicks Off Bunker Supply Agreement with First Delivery to FSUE Rosmorport Vessel
The guide outlines the requirements for the design, construction, and survey of carriers and barges fitted with dedicated LNG transfer arrangements.
ABS Releases New Guide for LNG Bunkering
"Current prices or moderate increases can be reasonably anticipated to last through 2017," says Eddie Huang of Glory Pacific Shipping.
Bunker Price Increases to Add to Dry Bulk Stress, Says Singapore Shipping Exec
Saudi Arabia confirmed it is holding up its end of the OPEC agreement.
Crude Makes Gains After a Back and Forth Day